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19 May

Cannes Review: Terrence Malick’s ‘A Hidden Life’ is a Wrenching Ode to Faith

When Austrian farmer Franz Jägerstätter (August Diehl) glances skyward and calls for God to show him a sign, to guide him, what does he hear? The rumbling of a thunderstorm hovering atop the Alps surrounding

19 May

New ‘Mortal Kombat’ Movie Set for Spring 2021 Released by Warner Bros.

A new crack at adapting the fighting video game Mortal Kombat for the big screen has been in the works for years. Now the project finally sounds like it’s becoming a reality. Not only did

19 May

Paul Rudd Ends ‘Saturday Night Live’ Season 44 on a High Note

Season 44 of Saturday Night Live has come to a close, and the cast and crew went into summer break with a bang thanks to having Paul Rudd as host. He didn’t even need any

19 May

Watch The CW Fall 2019 TV Series Trailers: ‘Nancy Drew’ and ‘Riverdale’ Spin-Off ‘Kate Keene’

Along with blockbuster summer, it’s also upfronts season in the television world, and that means we’re starting to glimpse of the new shows that will be coming to the small screen for the 2019-2020 season.

19 May

Cannes Review: Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe Astonish in the Boozy, Brilliant ‘The Lighthouse’

For all the finely considered dread of Robert Eggers’ ungulate deifying debut The Witch, the reason that film made such a cultural mark had far more to do with its sense of mischief. Sure, puritan religious life is

19 May

‘Aladdin’ Early Buzz: Despite Questionable Trailers, The Disney Remake is Surprisingly Good

Right now, it doesn’t seem like many Disney fans are all that excited about the arrival of the studio’s remake of their 1992 animated classic Aladdin. The marketing certainly isn’t doing the movie any favors,

18 May

Montclair Review: ‘Yesterday’ Plays the Greatest Hits with Little Insight Into What Made Them Great

There’s perhaps no genre Danny Boyle can’t work within. On the opposite spectrum from his darker works, Yesterday is a flawed yet mostly effective light and fluffy departure, examining stardom in a post-Beatles world in

18 May

Review: ‘August at Akiko’s’ is a Whimsical, Hawaii-Set Tale of Belonging

Akiko’s Buddhist hostel has a message for its visitors, a laminated card sitting on a window sill: “Leave no trace, no face. In fact, leave only a presence, a feeling that for a moment you

18 May

Cannes Review: ‘Les Misérables’ is an Ambitious, Sobering Debut Feature

The new film Les Misérables may take only passing glances to Victor Hugo’s text but it does boast a synopsis worthy of the sheer exuberance of that title. Hugo wrote his classic novel in the early-to-mid 19th

18 May

Michelle Rodriguez Returning for ‘Fast and Furious 9’ After Settling Screenwriter Dissatisfaction

Back in 2017, Fast and Furious franchise star Michelle Rodriguez worried fans with talk of potentially not returning for Fast and Furious 9 unless producers chose to “show some love to the women of the